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VACANT LAND 450M2 READY TO GO

1088 Samford Road, Keperra, Queensland

VACANT LAND 450M2 READY TO GO

An opportunity has arisen to build your ideal residence to call home and in a popular suburb of Keperra.. All within 9 kilometres of the city.

It is VACANT LAND 450M2, a very affordable entry level opportunity into a suburb high in demand for its proximity to the city, top ranking schools and a several retail destinations. Walk to leading supermarkets and retail stores, parks and only a short drive Keperra Golf Course, living here will feel like home

This could be your opportunity to build your first home. With interest rates so low and the government offering incentives to build new for first home buyers, there has never been a better time to get started. Why buy second hand when you have it all new right here.
Government incentives upon approval

FLOOR PLANS HOUSE DESIGNS ARE AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST.

'You can get the Queensland grant of $15,000 towards buying or building your new house, unit or townhouse (valued at less than $750,000). The grant is paid per new home; not to each of the applicants for the same home.' (Conditions apply)

'The HomeBuilder grant provides individuals and couples with $25,000 towards building or buying a new home or substantially renovating an existing home that they will own and occupy.' (conditions apply)

'You can claim a first home concession for transfer duty when acquiring your first residence if you meet certain requirements. The first home concession only applies to a home valued under $550,000 and can save you up to $15,925.' (conditions apply)

Let us and the government help you into your brand new home. There has never been a more affordable time to build.

Call Stephen McCann for more information.

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General Features

  • Land Size: 450 m2 (approx)

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Last updated: 30th October 2020

Summary

Property Type
Land
Contract Type
For Sale
Location
 Keperra
State
 Queensland
Price
Land Size
450 m2 (approx)

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Stephen McCann